Stories and Testimonials

Stories

COVID-19 puts CGC projects on hold

As the world began to shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic, SBU's Center for Global Connections had to keep its mission project teams home as the campus transitioned to remote learning for the remainder of the semester.

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Counseling in a pandemic

Life for a college student is difficult enough without a global pandemic being thrown into the mix. At SBU, students have counseling services available to them.

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Out at Home

SBU spring athletes lose seasons, careers to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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Charting the Course

SBU's Center for Teaching and Learning provides guidance to SBU faculty for remote learning.

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In-person to online

The COVID-19 global pandemic sends SBU students home to finish the Spring semester.

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"Be a light to the world"

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we go about our day-to-day lives. It has claimed thousands of lives and sickened many more. During these vulnerable and uncertain times, Southwest Baptist University alumni are stepping in and stepping up where they are to be the servant leaders they are called to be. A few of our alumni, who are doing just that, were featured in the most recent edition of SBUlife.

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Meilani Conley: Driven to Succeed

As a young girl, Meilani Conley '08 developed an interest in computers. And, it actually began when she was attempting to fix her dad's computer. Her drive continued when her interests and abilities were challenged.

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A Gift That Will Keep on Giving

Dakota Kay '19 is able to serve his Native American people as a physical therapist thanks to gifts to the Annual Scholarship Fund.

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